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aTM Lisbon Workshop

Tuesday, July 23rd, 2019


During the first week of July The Instituto Superior Técnico (Técnico Lisboa) hosted a working meeting to define the meaning of Talent in Asian Higher Educations Institutions (HEIs) inside of the ERASMUS+ project: Promoting Modern Talent Management Practices in Asian Higher Education institutions (aTM). From each partner institution, faculty and support staff participated in the workshop, mainly from China and Malaysia.

ROAD Karakol Conference: Innovations in Civil Servants’ Education for Regional Sustainable Development (18 June 2019)

Thursday, July 4th, 2019

via ROAD Project
The K. Tynystanov Issykkul State University (IKSU), Karakol, Kyrgyztan, hosted the 2ndInternational Conference on the 18 June 2019, in the scope of ROAD Project. The programme of the Conference included, among others, the following presentations: Digitalization of governmental services, Education of civil servants: challenges and perspectives, and Tourism and Climate Change in Central Asian Destinations: Planning, Marketing and Transport Issues (workshop).

Erasmus+ – Staff Mobility for Training

Monday, February 19th, 2018

On 7th February 2018, under the Erasmus+ Programme – Higher EducationStaff Mobility for Training, the AEPQ-Institutional Studies, Planning and Quality Area’s Coordinator presented the SiQuIST-Integrated Quality Management System of the institution to some key elements of the American University of Armenia (AUA), namely, the Vice-President for Operations, Ashot Ghazaryan, and the Installation and Services Director, Chahan Sarkis Jebejian.

The objective of this Programme targets the institutional cooperation activities, establishing an organized 5 days long visit plan by the host institution, with a special focus on visiting similar services or offices and the dissemination of the Instituto Superior Técnico (IST) in the host institutions.

The AEPQ’s coordinator elaborated a brief presentation of the good practices developed in the management frame of AEPQ, which were recognized by the IST Good Practices Observatory (ObservIST).